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4 time OWI offender may face hit and run charges

Thirty-year-old Edgerton, Wisconsin resident Ross Cotter-Brown is currently a suspect in a hit-and-run case in Middleton while he was driving with a revoked license. Brown was taken into police custody in March for his fourth offense of drunken driving and has been released from jail without being indicted.

Local authorities stated two young teens were critically hurt when they were hit by a truck operated by Cotter-Brown.

According to Dane County jail records, Cotter-Brown was arrested on March 23, 2016 for his fourth offense of operating while intoxicated.

Bill Ginsberg, Cotter-Brown’s legal counsel, revealed Cotter-Brown could possibly face a hit and run charge, among other charges.

With the legal assistance of a knowledgeable and experienced car accident attorney at Habush Habush & Rottier in Waukesha or in other areas of Wisconsin, you can effectively fight for justice from the individuals or parties responsible for your plight. Call our offices today at (262) 523-4700.

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